Feb 172017
 

It’s mid-February now, and this month has been crazy for weather! We got a dump of snow last week, which is highly unusual, and threw everything off. But it’s gone this week as we had a few days of warmer weather and lots of rain, so things are getting back to normal. And part of my normal is my monthly Amoda Tea Tasting box!

Amoda Tea Tasting Box Feb 2017

This month all the teas are from one company: Petali Teas, which is based in Ohio.

The teas included this month are:

Coconut Chamomile – herbal chamomile with coconut and cherry
Chamomile is a great evening tea, and I’m excited to try this one as it has large cherry chunks in the blend.

Royal Irish – black tea with vanilla and jasmine
I’m not usually a fan of vanilla or jasmine in my tea, so we’ll see how this one tastes.

Boysenberry Almond Cheesecake – green tea with boysenberry and almonds
I love berries in my tea! This sounds like it would make a nice evening tea.

Brambleberry Rain Black – black tea with blackberry
Another berry tea! This one sounds like it will be delicious! And hopefully strongly berry.

Amoda Tea Tasting Box Feb 2017 insert

It’s been a while since there was a tasting box devoted to just one brand, and it’s a fun way to get an introduction to a specific company. I’m excited to try 3 of the 4 teas, so this is looking like a great box for me!

Amoda Tea Tasting Box Feb 2017 teas

Amoda Tea does a regular monthly contest on their Instagram: follow @amodatea on Instagram and tag @amodatea #amodatea in your tea photos for a chance to win 2 of your favourite monthly box teas.

If you need some suggestions of Amoda Teas to try, you can check out the offerings on their website (the tasting box is $20 per month with free shipping and has a regular or light caffeine option), or read my past monthly reviews (going back to March 2015).

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  1. Brambleberry Rain Black sounds delicious!

    • It’s not as strongly berry tasting as I expected, but it’s still really yummy. The Boysenberry Almond Cheesecake one is actually more berry tasting, and is super smooth.

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